Below are frequently asked questions about the event:
The event takes place across all floors of the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Broad Sanctuary, London SW1P 3EE
We will follow the UK authority guidelines at the time of the event. At this moment it is not clear if that is required in October. We will keep everyone updated if testing is required to attend the event.
We are working closely with the venue and local authorities and we are following the official guidelines. Temperature screening is currently not mandated by the venue / local health authorities. We will keep you updated closer to the event.
We are working closely with the venue and local authorities and we are following the official guidelines. Face coverings are mandatory in the UK, however at this moment it is not clear if that is required in October.
Vaccination does not confirm protection against transmission of infection.
Crowd Density Modelling calculations have been done to determine how many attendees can be in the halls at one single point in time. The number of attendees that can enter the venue depends on the size of the event and the space available. QEII Centre has a large enough space to accommodate our estimated number of attendees.
As part of our transition towards more digitalisation and in a Covid impacted environment, we are transitioning to a contactless registration with online badges. All attendees will be required to pre-register online and will receive a PDF badge to be printed before arrival . No in person registration onsite will be possible.
Exhibits may be moved into the hall beginning at 12:00 p.m. on Friday 29th October.
Exhibits must be set up at least half an hour prior to the opening of the Exhibit Hall at 09:00 a.m. on Saturday 30th October.
The exhibit hall closes at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday 30th October in which dismantling may begin. We are also arranging for an additional dismantle day; this will be confirmed shortly.
The exhibitor manual is scheduled to be live early July.
Capture each potential lead with a simple scan of an attendees badge without worrying about losing business cards or important information discussed. Lead Retrieval is a compact, portable, battery powered unit or a downloadable app that allows you to set up 16 custom qualifiers and download data in excel format for follow up after the show.
The industry uses the formula of three times your booth fees as a good estimate of your overall financial investment when participating in a trade show of our size.
Space is being snapped up so please get in touch as soon as possible. Contact the sales team (use below information).
After signing up you will be contacted by our sales team, who will explain a range of opportunities to help you maximise your exposure pre-show and on-site.
Yes, if this is your intention please notify the sales team to ensure the floorplan is accurate.
3,000 flyers required. Please send to the address provided. Once they are received at the address in the manual, they will be packed into the bags that are given to all delegates.
No, there are no restrictions. For the perfect fit into the bags, please don’t make it any bigger than A4.
Register your team for badges via the CircData microsite. You should receive your login details in an email from CircData shortly after your stand is confirmed.
They can either collect from registration upon arrival or you can collect them all and keep on your stand.
Your customers can register to visit you at the show for reduced rates via our website. We also offer bespoke materials including a personalised registration link and invite to help you promote the event to your clients and make sure you are on their must-see list. Details of these opportunities will be sent to you by the marketing team.
We are expecting 3,000 delegates based on previous events and registration numbers.
5ft long and just under 2ft wide.
Yes, exhibitors are able to courier packages to the venue.
We do not hold all of your orders here at UKBBS, please contact the necessary contractor to clarify what you have/have not done. We can however advise whether you have completed your Health & Safety Declaration form, Nameboard form and submitted your profile for the guide.
You can do this via the order forms and deadlines page in the Exhibitor Manual.
The UKBBS has a number of Space Only stands, therefore similar to a building construction site. Please ensure you wear closed toe shoes at the very least but preferably reinforced toe boots. Under no circumstances can flip-flops or pumps be worn. Long trousers are also advisable.
(Shell Scheme stands) Yes, at an additional cost. Please contact the official contractor GES. Contact details can be found in the order forms and deadlines page in the Exhibitor Manual.
They can either collect from registration upon arrival after 8am.
Please refer to the venue/deliveries section of the Exhibitor Technical manual.
All speakers will be sent a speaker manual detailing key event information.
You are entitled to FREE listings on the official Show Guide as well as social media posts; however, to receive these FREE listings, you must complete your 100 word profile along with providing us with your logo. If you do not complete this form by the deadline for print materials, you will not be listed.
Ensure that you have generated leads before the show even starts; research shows that a lot of visitors decide which stands to visit well in advance of arriving at the show. We’ve done the hard work for you and put together a range of marketing materials to ensure that your stand is on everyone’s ‘must-see’ list (and they won’t cost you a thing).
You must send in 2 logos: one jpeg and one eps which will be used across our promotions.
Show logos can be sent to you by our Operations Team.
All exhibitors are given a 100 word listing in the Show Guide. The operation team will request this listing in the run-up to the event.
Press packs should include a relevant press release, background on your company and good, appropriate, captioned photography. It is important to bear in mind that journalists will be interested in news stories, so brochures and other sales materials alone are not suitable. Ideally all the information should be contained in a clearly labelled folder, CD or USB.
Bring 10 press packs to reception on the afternoon of build-up or before the show opens on the first day.